Food Cravings-What Do They Really Mean?

Written by Dr. Enozia Vakil, B.A.M  | Article Reviewed by Dietitian julia samuel, M.Phil (Foods and Nutrition) on Jan 22, 2019
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Latest Publications and Research on Food Cravings

J Vis Exp    

A Protocol for Measuring Cue Reactivity in a Rat Model of Cocaine Use Disorder.

Dimet AL, Cisneros IE, Fox RG, Stutz SJ, Anastasio NC, Cunningham KA, Dineley KT

Cocaine use disorder (CUD) follows a trajectory of repetitive self-administration during which previously neutral stimuli gain incentive value. Cue re... Read More

Source: PubMed


Eur Eat Disord Rev  2018 Jul 03  

Testing the addictive appetite model of binge eating: The importance of craving, coping, and reward enhancement.

Leslie M, Turton R, Burgess E, Nazar BP, Treasure J

In the current study, we examine components of the "addictive appetite" model of recurrent binge eating. Specifically, we tested the influence of addi... Read More

Source: PubMed

Curr Addict Rep    

Learned Overeating: Applying Principles of Pavlovian Conditioning to Explain and Treat Overeating.

van den Akker K, Schyns G, Jansen A

This review provides an overview of recent findings relating to the role of Pavlovian conditioning in food cue reactivity, including its application t... Read More

Source: PubMed

Appetite    

The effect of attentional bias modification on eating behavior among women craving high-calorie food.

Zhang S, Cui L, Sun X, Zhang Q

In individuals with healthy weight and overweight, the level of food cravings experienced is closely related to the individual's attentional bias to f... Read More

Source: PubMed

J Vis Exp    

A Protocol for Measuring Cue Reactivity in a Rat Model of Cocaine Use Disorder.

Dimet AL, Cisneros IE, Fox RG, Stutz SJ, Anastasio NC, Cunningham KA, Dineley KT

Cocaine use disorder (CUD) follows a trajectory of repetitive self-administration during which previously neutral stimuli gain incentive value. Cue re... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur Eat Disord Rev  2018 Jul 03  

Testing the addictive appetite model of binge eating: The importance of craving, coping, and reward enhancement.

Leslie M, Turton R, Burgess E, Nazar BP, Treasure J

In the current study, we examine components of the "addictive appetite" model of recurrent binge eating. Specifically, we tested the influence of addi... Read More

Source: PubMed

Curr Addict Rep    

Learned Overeating: Applying Principles of Pavlovian Conditioning to Explain and Treat Overeating.

van den Akker K, Schyns G, Jansen A

This review provides an overview of recent findings relating to the role of Pavlovian conditioning in food cue reactivity, including its application t... Read More

Source: PubMed

J Vis Exp    

A Protocol for Measuring Cue Reactivity in a Rat Model of Cocaine Use Disorder.

Dimet AL, Cisneros IE, Fox RG, Stutz SJ, Anastasio NC, Cunningham KA, Dineley KT

Cocaine use disorder (CUD) follows a trajectory of repetitive self-administration during which previously neutral stimuli gain incentive value. Cue re... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur Eat Disord Rev  2018 Jul 03  

Testing the addictive appetite model of binge eating: The importance of craving, coping, and reward enhancement.

Leslie M, Turton R, Burgess E, Nazar BP, Treasure J

In the current study, we examine components of the "addictive appetite" model of recurrent binge eating. Specifically, we tested the influence of addi... Read More

Source: PubMed

Curr Addict Rep    

Learned Overeating: Applying Principles of Pavlovian Conditioning to Explain and Treat Overeating.

van den Akker K, Schyns G, Jansen A

This review provides an overview of recent findings relating to the role of Pavlovian conditioning in food cue reactivity, including its application t... Read More

Source: PubMed

J Vis Exp    

A Protocol for Measuring Cue Reactivity in a Rat Model of Cocaine Use Disorder.

Dimet AL, Cisneros IE, Fox RG, Stutz SJ, Anastasio NC, Cunningham KA, Dineley KT

Cocaine use disorder (CUD) follows a trajectory of repetitive self-administration during which previously neutral stimuli gain incentive value. Cue re... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur Eat Disord Rev  2018 Jul 03  

Testing the addictive appetite model of binge eating: The importance of craving, coping, and reward enhancement.

Leslie M, Turton R, Burgess E, Nazar BP, Treasure J

In the current study, we examine components of the "addictive appetite" model of recurrent binge eating. Specifically, we tested the influence of addi... Read More

Source: PubMed

Curr Addict Rep    

Learned Overeating: Applying Principles of Pavlovian Conditioning to Explain and Treat Overeating.

van den Akker K, Schyns G, Jansen A

This review provides an overview of recent findings relating to the role of Pavlovian conditioning in food cue reactivity, including its application t... Read More

Source: PubMed

J Vis Exp    

A Protocol for Measuring Cue Reactivity in a Rat Model of Cocaine Use Disorder.

Dimet AL, Cisneros IE, Fox RG, Stutz SJ, Anastasio NC, Cunningham KA, Dineley KT

Cocaine use disorder (CUD) follows a trajectory of repetitive self-administration during which previously neutral stimuli gain incentive value. Cue re... Read More

Source: PubMed

Appetite    

The effect of attentional bias modification on eating behavior among women craving high-calorie food.

Zhang S, Cui L, Sun X, Zhang Q

In individuals with healthy weight and overweight, the level of food cravings experienced is closely related to the individual's attentional bias to f... Read More

Source: PubMed

PLoS ONE    

Taste and odor preferences following Roux-en-Y surgery in humans.

Kittrell H, Graber W, Mariani E, Czaja K, Hajnal A, Di Lorenzo PM

It is well established that bariatric surgery, the most effective method to achieve long-term weight loss in obese subjects, reverses enhanced prefere... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur Eat Disord Rev  2018 Jul 03  

Testing the addictive appetite model of binge eating: The importance of craving, coping, and reward enhancement.

Leslie M, Turton R, Burgess E, Nazar BP, Treasure J

In the current study, we examine components of the "addictive appetite" model of recurrent binge eating. Specifically, we tested the influence of addi... Read More

Source: PubMed

Curr Addict Rep    

Learned Overeating: Applying Principles of Pavlovian Conditioning to Explain and Treat Overeating.

van den Akker K, Schyns G, Jansen A

This review provides an overview of recent findings relating to the role of Pavlovian conditioning in food cue reactivity, including its application t... Read More

Source: PubMed

PLoS ONE    

Taste and odor preferences following Roux-en-Y surgery in humans.

Kittrell H, Graber W, Mariani E, Czaja K, Hajnal A, Di Lorenzo PM

It is well established that bariatric surgery, the most effective method to achieve long-term weight loss in obese subjects, reverses enhanced prefere... Read More

Source: PubMed

Appetite    

The effect of attentional bias modification on eating behavior among women craving high-calorie food.

Zhang S, Cui L, Sun X, Zhang Q

In individuals with healthy weight and overweight, the level of food cravings experienced is closely related to the individual's attentional bias to f... Read More

Source: PubMed

PLoS ONE    

Taste and odor preferences following Roux-en-Y surgery in humans.

Kittrell H, Graber W, Mariani E, Czaja K, Hajnal A, Di Lorenzo PM

It is well established that bariatric surgery, the most effective method to achieve long-term weight loss in obese subjects, reverses enhanced prefere... Read More

Source: PubMed

Appetite    

The effect of attentional bias modification on eating behavior among women craving high-calorie food.

Zhang S, Cui L, Sun X, Zhang Q

In individuals with healthy weight and overweight, the level of food cravings experienced is closely related to the individual's attentional bias to f... Read More

Source: PubMed

PLoS ONE    

Taste and odor preferences following Roux-en-Y surgery in humans.

Kittrell H, Graber W, Mariani E, Czaja K, Hajnal A, Di Lorenzo PM

It is well established that bariatric surgery, the most effective method to achieve long-term weight loss in obese subjects, reverses enhanced prefere... Read More

Source: PubMed

Appetite    

The effect of attentional bias modification on eating behavior among women craving high-calorie food.

Zhang S, Cui L, Sun X, Zhang Q

In individuals with healthy weight and overweight, the level of food cravings experienced is closely related to the individual's attentional bias to f... Read More

Source: PubMed

PLoS ONE    

Taste and odor preferences following Roux-en-Y surgery in humans.

Kittrell H, Graber W, Mariani E, Czaja K, Hajnal A, Di Lorenzo PM

It is well established that bariatric surgery, the most effective method to achieve long-term weight loss in obese subjects, reverses enhanced prefere... Read More

Source: PubMed

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